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The specialised knowledge and experience of Stater in the mortgage services market, combined with the global reach, artificial intelligence, digital transformation and automation capabilities of Infosys, can potentially create differentiated solutions for the market, Infosys said (Mint)
The specialised knowledge and experience of Stater in the mortgage services market, combined with the global reach, artificial intelligence, digital transformation and automation capabilities of Infosys, can potentially create differentiated solutions for the market, Infosys said (Mint)

Infosys completes acquisition of 75% stake in ABN AMRO Bank subsidiary Stater

  • Infosys has acquired 75% stake in Stater for about 989 crore
  • Infosys said the deal further enhances its strategy to help clients navigate their next digital transformation journeys

IT services major Infosys Friday said it has completed the acquisition of 75% shareholding in ABN AMRO Bank's wholly-owned cNV.

In March, the country's second largest IT services firm had said it will acquire 75 per cent stake in Stater for 127.5 million euros (about 989 crore). ABN AMRO continues to hold the remaining 25 per cent.

"This partnership strengthens Infosys' position as a leading technology and business process management provider across the mortgage services value chain, improving experience and operational efficiencies..." Infosys said in a statement Friday.

It added that the deal further enhances its strategy to help clients navigate their next digital transformation journeys.

"The specialised knowledge and experience of Stater in the mortgage services market, combined with the global reach, artificial intelligence, digital transformation and automation capabilities of Infosys, can potentially create differentiated solutions for the market," it said.

Founded in 1997, Stater is the largest mortgage service provider of the Benelux. It services 1.7 million mortgage and insurance loans for approximately 50 clients in The Netherlands and Belgium.

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